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Briefly: BearExtender announces two new WiFi receivers, Imgur for iOS

updated 02:22 pm EDT, Thu August 1, 2013

BearExtender 1200 shipping on Aug 15

BearExtender has announced the availability of two new Wi-Fi products designed for Macs. The first, the BearExtender 1200, is a 1200mW receiver that works on the 2.4GHz 802.11n band. Featuring an upgraded high gain 5 dBi antenna and new high sensitivity receiver, the BearExtender 1200 offers up to 70 percent more power than the original BearExtender. The device is expected to ship on August 15, and preorders are currently being accepted online at the discounted price of $40. Meanwhile, the BearExtender Turbo is planned for release in October and will bring 802.11ac wireless capabilities to any Mac with a USB 3.0 port.

Imgur comes to iOS devices

Imgur, a web-based image sharing platform, has launched its official iOS app in the App Store. A month after introducing its first mobile app for Android, the new iOS option gives users the ability to to upload, share, and comment on images and memes from any iOS device. The iOS app provides user with full access to all of the features and functionality of the website, including the ability to browse through the "most viral" images. Imgur is a free universal app that offers support for both the iPhone and iPad.




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